For instance, the crime would be committing a crime as a result of the effect of the drug has on their behavior. Also, manufacturing, producing, refining, and selling the drugs are crimes as well. Additionally, legalizing drugs would crash Black markets since drugs would be available to everyone, the demand with decrease causing the Black market to fall. Further, people won't be pay large sums of money to purchase drugs off of the Black market. This will also cause the cartels and gangs to fall apart because they are so reliant selling and trading of drugs through the Black market, and they will be forced to create a business or quit.
The Mexican cartels have impacted the society by violating many rights that human have and that are protected. The Cartels are causing too much trouble to the world especially in Mexico and its neighboring countries. They have trafficking tons and tons of drugs to world and spread its violence to nation that live in peace. The cartels have been operating for while and keep growing becoming more powerful each day and nothing has stopped them yet. The Mexican cartels have constructed their empires through the violation of human rights in the business of drug trafficking, especially through torture and deaths, resulting in worldwide corruption.
Corrupt government officials allow this to happen if you slip them some money under the table, which is a terrifying thing to think about, the people who are supposed to lead you and run your country allow you to be sold or stolen for their personal gain. Even in this great country of ours we allow this to happen, in California, the punishment for human trafficking of those over the age of 18 is 3-5 years in a state prison, 3-8 for a minor, and the best part, no stated penalty of trafficking a minor without force. But why change the law? Crime flourishes where the law is weak. Since the implementation of Prop 35, which increases the length of sentences and increases fines 10 fold compared to before.
Roxana Alvarenga ,Vincent McLaughlin 11/29/15 Criminals are some of the worlds worst people. There are many types of criminal activities such as murder, drug dealing, kidnapping and burglary. The FBI’s most wanted list is for Americas worst criminals. Both Glen Stewart Godwin and Pablo Escobar were on this list. Both men had hands in drug trade cartels in Mexico.
What about secretly overthrowing the government so everyone could be themselves? Politicians created the position of deputy of security to watch over all of society and to monitor their decisions and movements at all times making
Drug trafficking (moving things illegally from one place to another) is the most serious organized crime problem in the world today. The illegal drug trade creates billions of dollars for organized crime each year, forcing unbelieveable costs on people, families, communities, and governments worldwide. But illegal drug trade is only part of a much bigger phenomenon, which also includes the illegal use of drugs. It is drug users who finance organized crime through their drug (instances of buying things for money), and it is they who must accept responsibility for the broad range of costs connected with the drug industry.
This is evidence that African American communities are more inclined to have drug dealers and possible drug users. “However, drug selling activity does not accurately indicate that drug use and dependency are in certain neighborhoods and this fuels a strong misperception about patterns of drug abuse in American society” (King., Mauer, p.21, 2007). Therefore, the targeting towards African American community’s primarily due to this data may not be accurate. This also causes law enforcement to ignore other communities that might be heavily influenced by drug dealers. This is one practice that needs to change, not only throughout drug policies and sentencing laws but throughout the
The complexities brought about by the involvement of a large number of different agencies and jurisdictions in the investigation and prosecution of drug crimes creates opportunities for corruption. This form of Corruption of criminal justice personnel, by those involved in illegal drugs is principally exercised through bribery. The bribe is often in form of cash though a times the drugs themselves serve as bribes. Any office that works in the criminal justice is a target of the corruption. From local police and sheriffs to state narcotics officers; State Customs, Immigration, and Coast Guard personnel, local, state regulatory officials; and prosecutors and judges at all levels.
The U.S. leads all nations in opioid usage. Another 8 million use cocaine in the U.S. this number is 3rd overall across all nations. These statistics have lead me and many others to believe the war on drugs is anything besides a success. Opposing views claim, that the war on drugs has been rather successful.
HUMAN TRAFFICKING Human trafficking is a modern-day form of slavery involving the illegal trade of people for exploitation or commercial gain. It is a hidden crime as victims rarely come forward to seek help because of barriers, fear of the traffickers, and fear of law enforcement. This is because of it is the most heinous crime that is being committed. There are a lot of cases of human trafficking in Malaysia. Malaysia borders the Straits Malacca and that is a gateway for criminal activity.
Who are the cartels?The cartels are organization you don 't want to mess with. These type of gangs are nothing to take lightly. If you mess with these groups they will find you and do something to you that you might regret messing with them. The top three cartels are The Sinaloa cartel, The Juarez cartel, The Tijuana cartel and are the most dangerous groups out there.
Heroin is a problem that won’t go away anytime soon, but if we work, we can try to eliminate it from our community. We must try to inform everyone of the dangers of heroin so they know to avoid them. We also need to work on keeping prescription drugs in a safe place, and if they aren’t being used, we need to dispose of them as soon as possible at our local police station. To conclude, the heroin epidemic is caused by the lack of information on heroin and the price of heroin compared to prescription
Attorney General for prohibition enforcement. she wrote this document about how congressmen and senators were being alcoholics. She was upset that the men who wrote the volstead act, an act against alcohol, were too bootleggers. In document D it says “Bootleggers infest the halls and corridors of the congress and ply their trade there.” During prohibition homicide rates took a great rise.
Haylie Galvan Barrio Azteca Gang Gang violence in El Paso has been a major issue since the emergence of one particular gang- Barrio Azteca. The streets of El Paso were rapidly becoming a home to violent acts and drug trafficking. The infamous Barrio Azteca gang was formed in the 1980’s in Texas originally as a prison gang. It started as a prison gang before they expanded out onto the streets. Several of the founding members banded together in order to protect themselves from rival Hispanic gangs.